Discussion in 'Mechanics Garage' started by reg71, May 31, 2010.
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I don't see why not. I have seen people use several different options. The main thing is making sure you wire it right.
tnx reg and scuba its been too long going to start hanging out in here more now been doing abunch of vlogging on youtube and every time i think ive got the bike fixed right it shows me im wrong this past summer i put a new stator and reg/rect and a new battery now im going to give this r1 reg and re wire it from the stator with 10 ga or hell imight use 8 ga we will see im just tired of this old gremlin popping his head up well since my last time on here ive got over 100,000 now on dragoness
The FH020A is the updated part for FH012A
the yama part no for the mosfet anybody know what it is for the rr and does anybody know of a kit that has everything ill need to do the conversion i have found all most all my plugs burnt even the starter relay is burnt so ineed to replace it as well
Check with Jack Flemming at Roadstercycle.com. He sells kits for MOSFET units by same manufacturer as Yamaha's.
Make sure wiring and connections are 100%, if R/R and stator are bad, it is because of wiring problems, not the other way around.
tnx allyance no my stator is good just replaced it and the rr last summer but didnt look at all the wires then and that caused the rr to burn itsself back out when i replace it this time it will have updated wireing to 10 ga instead of the 18 or 20 ga honda used
The guy from wiremybike that sells the kits to beef up the R/R wiring on the VFR actually offered to make a kit with the plugs and wires set to use the R1 reg on the VFR for me when I was doing mine. I meant to do it, but it has been working for 4 years give or take with just the little spade connectors you see above so I never switched.
Just a note , I had a r/r laying around that I purchased to convert my Yamaha Blaster ATV to battery.
I found that this r/r is NOT the same as the 3 phase (3 wire stator) r/r used in most Street/Enduro and many dirtbikes.
The difference the is that the Blaster as well as alot of off-road bikes has a single coil stator and only 2 wires feeding the r/r .
If you're buying a universal r/r make sure it is a 3 phase r/r identified by three a/c input wires or by being specified for a vehicle that uses a 3 wire stator/ externally regulated alternator.
I have placed an order from Eastern Beaver for rectifier plug and wires but since he is in Asia somewhere I don't know how long it will take. What cables did you use from the rectifier to the stator and the power? I was thinking of using 10 gauge with spade connectors and soldering them to the Stator. But what cable? Solid conductor? 15 strand copper? Where did you get it?
He is based in Japan. Orders normally take 2 weeks to the uk if that helps.
But what kind of cable did you guys use to connect your R/R? Not the factory cables on the harness correct?
Any chance you could re-post this with pictures that work, I don't seem to be able to see them.
Current art pics of the R/R mounting and wiring,.
Grab the R/R from www.roadstercycle.com
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